A mighty battle took place last night on Queens Drive and surrounding streets. Hundreds of monsters of all sizes and demeanours swarmed Weston, accosting strangers and demanding their candy.
The assault lasted for minutes and minutes until a team of mighty superheroes, from goodness knows whence, did battle with the little monsters, saving Weston from near certain cavitation. The heroes gratefully accepted small tokens of thanks from residents.
Mike Sullivan posted a memoir to Facebook of last week’s shooting on Parliament Hill.
Our caucus main door, leading to the Hall of Honour, was two double doors – an outer wooden door which opened out, and an inner padded door which opened in, for soundproofing. There were three other sets of doors into the room, all padded and doubled, and I hastily helped move a table against the door closest to me, to keep it shut. By this time we were hearing a hail of gunfire. It seemed to be first outside the main door, then it moved to outside our back door. I was too close to it, so I moved away and put my back to a stonewall. I was shaking like a leaf…
In related news, Mike Sullivan agreed with Thomas Mulcair’s opinion that Michael Zehaf-Bibeau was a criminal, not a terrorist. Sullivan said, “Here, here” [sic], when sharing the opinion from Mulcair on Facebook. Mulcair has been criticized by Conservatives and Liberals for this position, but received wide support from the public.
The Star has a series of articles (1, 2, 3) about the new job-creating programs of Action for Neighbourhood Change, Irving Tissue, and the United Way.
Five years in the making, a major part of ANC’s plans is getting off the ground. Known as the Community Training and Employment Project, ANC has teamed up with United Way, George Brown College, the City of Toronto and paper product company Irving Tissue.